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Natural Dermatology Day Moisturiser for Acne Prone Skin Review and Giveaway

In Giveaways, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com6 Comments

Problematic skin All my life I battled with some sort of a skin problem. I always have had spots on my face, even into adulthood. I never got to the bottom of the reasons why, because it’s not that bad. But, I sport a pimple or rather two all the time. Especially after being pregnant and breastfeeding, I can see …

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19 Ideas To Save Household Money On An Eco-Friendly Way

In Green, Home, Uncategorized by eva.katona@yahoo.com2 Comments

19 Ideas To Save Household Money On An Eco-Friendly Way I’m a stay at home parent and I make the majority of our household purchase decisions. As I also happen to be quite a eco conscious person, Iso have developed a few ways how to cut down on cost and be environmentally friendly at the same time. I always love …

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Play Yourself Fit This Summer – 6 Ways To Have Fun And Be Fitter

In Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com4 Comments

6 Ways To Play Yourself Fit This Summer Getting fit is boring when you have to drag yourself to the gym every morning at 5am for that fasted cardio session and weights. A lot of us hate the thought of spending hours in the gym and working out, and many people just simply don’t bother because it’s just too hard. …

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Traditional Hungarian Quark Strudel Recipe

In Foodie Me by eva.katona@yahoo.com16 Comments

Traditional Hungarian Quark Strudel Recipe Strudel is one of the most popular desserts in Hungary, a very traditional dish. People love to serve it on special occasions like big family lunches, birthdays, Easter, Christmas – you name it. My grandma and my mum used to make so much at once, that everyone in the family had to eat strudel for …

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A Good Night’s Sleep Begins With Your Bed

In Home by eva.katona@yahoo.com2 Comments

Sleep is good, sleep is important A good night’s sleep is vital for everybody, for our overall health. We spend 1/3 of our life in our bed. If you count the lucky Sunday morning lie ins (not me, I’m a parent to two small children) and the early bedtimes spent with reading it adds up to even more. Those who …

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Good Cause Of The Month: Alder Hey Children’s Charity

In Foodie Me, Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com13 Comments

About Alder Hey Children’s Charity This month, the good cause of the month is the Alder Hey Children’s Charity. It has two main purposes: one is to raise vital funds to help make Alder Hey in the Park a really patient-friendly hospital for the 270,000 patients and families they care for every year. The other one is to develop cutting edge, safer medicines and …

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Made From Renewable Energy Crisps From Fairfields Farm Review And Giveaway

In Foodie Me, Giveaways, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com58 Comments

Food shopping on a green way I love discovering independent businesses which are also doing their best to make their products eco-friendly and ethical as possible. For me, making a purchase decision these two factors matter. Especially, when it comes to food. Whilst I still shop at supermarkets, I’m consciously shifting my food purchases towards small shops, local producers like …

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4 Decorative Shelving Ideas For Your Home

In Home by eva.katona@yahoo.com12 Comments

5 Decorative Shelving Ideas For Your Home Having 2 small children means we need to put a lot of our display decoration and every day objects out of reach for them. We have the classic book shelves on both side of the fireplace in our living room and we keep putting all the interesting and small objects higher and higher …

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Postcards From Venice – A Weekend In Photos

In Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com17 Comments

Winter in Venice Venice has always been on my travel bucket list, but until now, I never had the chance to visit. My husband surprised me last Christmas with this trip (as he knows I much rather like to receive an experience as a present rather than an actual, physical item). So off we set in mid March and left …

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7 Reasons You Must Visit Iceland This Summer

In Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com10 Comments

Summer in Iceland Summer is the most beautiful season to visit Iceland. The average July temperature is around 10–13 °C but it can reach as high as 20–25 °C. The island bursts with the colours of the nature: lush green mountain and hill sides, radiant blue skies await. It gets a little more drier and sunnier. Starting in July, the roads and …